The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Tattenhall Cricket Club: September 2020
Last Saturday the first team took on their old rivals Weaverham away having won their last five league games. In comparison, Weaverham had lost their last five.
However, the form book was turned upside down with Tattenhall suffering a comprehensive six wicket defeat.
Batting first Tattenhall could only manage a paltry 101 all out which could have been much worse but for a 30 run 9th wicket partnership between Archie Mobbs (19) and Mel Dobson (12 not out).
Tattenhall's batting performance was very similar to the recent Bunbury game but then 100 turned out to be a winning total. However, on this occasion our bowlers could not deliver the same result and Weaverham ran out comfortable winners in the twentieth over. Ethan Jai Evans was the pick of the bowlers with 2 wickets.
Tattenhall entertained Upton at the Flacca in their final game of the season.
Batting first, Tattenhall posted 134 thanks in the main to a fine partnership between 15 years old Harvey Salt (41) and 17 years old Max Ross (38). The innings was boosted at the end by some lusty blows from birthday boy, Charlie Cooke.
In response, Upton scored the required runs losing only six wickets despite some fine bowling from Salt and Ross and Steve Lawrence, who took 2 wickets a piece. Upton won by 4 wickets.
In the final home game of the season this coming Saturday, Tattenhall 1st XI entertain Northwich.
All supporters welcome.
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